OT goal lifts Mt. Hebron over Glenelg, 2-1, in boys soccer
Broadneck girls record their fourth straight shutout
At the end of what coach Mike Linsenmeyer called the biggest week of the team’s season so far, No. 7 Mount Hebron boys soccer delivered perhaps its most thrilling victory.
Less than two minutes into the first overtime period against Glenelg on Thursday night, Trevor Namie scored on a ball flicked to him off the head of Johnny Linsenmeyer to seal a 2-1 victory and keep the Vikings alone in first place in the Howard County standings.
The Vikings improved to 8-1, and the Gladiators fell to 4-3.
NO. 1 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 2, JOHN CARROLL 0: Maria Kiskis scored twice and the host Cavaliers (8-2-2, 4-1-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) shut out the Patriots (2-6, 0-5).
NO. 2 BROADNECK 2, CHESAPEAKEAA 0: The host Bruins (7-1-1) recorded their fourth shutout in a row. The Cougars fell to 4-5-1.
NO. 12 ATHOLTON 2, MARRIOTTS RIDGE0: Sam Clearfield and Delaney Ensor scored to lead the visiting Raiders (8-1) past the Mustangs (2-5-3).
SEVERN 3, GLENELG COUNTRY 1: Michelle Money scored twice to lead the host Admirals (8-4-1, 7-0-1 IAAM B Conference) past the Dragons (3-3, 3-3).
MOUNT HEBRON 3, GLENELG 0: Megan Pallozzi made four saves and the visiting Vikings (5-3) shut out the Gladiators (4-3-2).
NO. 3 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 2, CAPE HENLOPEN (DEL.) 1: The host Cavaliers (11-3) jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half and held the Delaware state champion Vikings (4-2) scoreless until three minutes left in the game.
Margot Lawn and Hannah Bouchard scored for Spalding.
NO. 8 GARRISON FOREST 3, ROLAND PARK 2: Amanda Fruman scored and broke a 2-2 tie in the second half to lift the host Grizzlies (8-3, 5-2 IAAM A Conference) over the Reds (4-7-1, 1-6-1).
The win marked the second straight victory over Roland Park. Garrison Forest beat the Reds, 4-0, on Sept. 27.
NO. 9 BROADNECK 3, CHESAPEAKEAA 0: Peri Long made eight saves and the host Bruins (7-3) shut out the Cougars (7-4).
NO. 13 MOUNT DE SALES 3, INDIAN CREEK0: The host Sailors (10-3, 3-1 IAAM B Conference) scored three goals in the second half to beat the Eagles (1-5, 0-5).
NO. 15 JOHN CARROLL 3, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 1: Ashlee Kothenbeutel had a hat trick to power the Patriots (7-2, 3-0 IAAM B Conference) past the host Eagles (6-2, 2-2).
RIVER HILL 3, ATHOLTON 1: Gaby Hamburger had a hat trick to lift the host Hawks (8-1) over the Raiders (4-5).
SEVERN 2, GLENELG COUNTRY 1: The Admirals’ Marah Vain-Callahan tipped in a shot from Josie Formica 10 minutes into the second half to break a tie at 1.
Severn (4-5, 3-1 IAAM B Conference) has won its past two games. The host Dragons fell to 2-3 and 1-3.
NO. 2 HOWARD D. RIVER HILL, 3-0: Sarah Sweet had 17 kills and Julia McKenna had 34 assists to lead the Lions (8-1) past the host Hawks (1-7). Howard won, 25-22, 25-16, 25-22. NO. 4 ARUNDEL D. NO. 11 SEVERNA PARK, 3-0: McKenzie Meehan had seven kills and Alicia Eldredge had five kills to lift the Wildcats (8-1) over the host Seahawks (4-3). Arundel won, 25-11, 25-20, 25-17. NO. 5 ATHOLTON D. MARRIOTTS RIDGE, 3-0: Lisa Zoch had 16 kills and Sam Mount Hebron senior Jacob Parrott (2) gets in the way of senior Ryan Kato of Glenelg. With the win Thursday, the Vikings improved to 8-1; the Gladiators fell to 4-3. Miller had 13 kills to lead the Raiders (12-4) past the host Mustangs (4-5). Atholton won, 25-21, 25-8, 25-17. HARFORD TECH D. NORTH EAST, 3-1: Kerrigan Clem has six aces and six kills and the Cobras (3-5) beat the host Indians (4-5).
Harford Tech won, 17-25, 26-24, 25-9, 25-23.
DULANEY D. FRANKLIN, 3-0: With only two starters back from last season, the Lions keep winning. They improved to 6-3 with a 25-11, 25-16, 25-20 victory over the visiting Indians (5-4).
Senior setter Sophie Sun had 11 assists and four aces for Dulaney while teammates Mykayla Milchling, a senior outside hitter, had eight digs and four kills and Kathryne Parler, a sophomore setter, finished with five kills and seven assists.